Synopses & Reviews
When asked which of his songs he would most like to be sung 100 years from now, Pete Seeger replied, "One Grain of Sand." To bring this song to life on the page, artist Linda Wingerter painted rich, luminous scenes of families waking and sleeping all over the world--from a beach in Thailand, to a snowy pond in Scandanavia, to a high-rise apartment building in New York. The result is a gorgeous gift book for babies and families that celebrates the world's precious places and people, reflecting Seeger's lifelong commitment to social and environmental harmony.
Written in 1956 for his own daughter, this lullaby is a personal favorite of folksinger Pete Seeger. Artist Wingerter brings Seeger's song to life with luminous scenes of families walking and sleeping all over the world, celebrating the world's precious people and places. Full color.
Written in 1956 by folksinger Pete Seeger for his own daughter, this lullaby is brought to life with Wingerter's luminous scenes of families celebrating the world's precious people and places. Full color.